a freight train is carrying goods across the country. the distance it has traveled varies directly with the number of gallons of fuel it has used. see the graph below.
(a) how many miles does the train travel per gallon?
(b) what is the slope of the graph?
sorry i only know the answer for a.
(a.) for every 1 gallon of gas used, 4 miles are traveled.
for every 100 gallons, the train travels for 25 miles. to find how many gallons the train uses for x amount of miles, divide 100 by 25. since your answer is 4, then for every 1 gallon of gas the train travels 4 miles.
the answer is somewhere there guys it really . there im just not gonna answer
but i'm guessing ur first option tho
answer: i'm not going to give you the answer, but some hints to work it out.
step-by-step explanation: so, if there is a straight line that means that the line angle is 180°. so we subtract the 2 angle measures provided, (15 and 38) from 180. so the answer is 180 - (38 + 15). (you have to solve the equation)